Business Management Notes Chapter 3 Julia Underwood

Cultural relativism a suggest that there is no one

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Unformatted text preview: people are respected VI. Individualism View a) Which action is in “my” best interest in the long- term? b) Can be quite different from the best choice for the short term VII. Cultural Relativism a) Suggest that there is no one right way to behave; cultural context determines ethical behavior VIII. Ethical Dilemma a) A situation that, although offering potential benefits, is unethical. b) One of the most common ethical dilemmas occurs when a company’s culture conflicts with an employee’s personal ethics. - Ethical Frameworks - Personal rules and strategies for making ethical decisions. Lawrence Kohlberg–3 levels of moral development...
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